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You may be looking for the clone named Chip or crisps.

Chips, also known as french fries outside of British culture,[source needed] were long cuts of deep fried potato. In Great Britain, they were often covered in vinegar and served with fish. (TV: The Sound of Drums / Last of the Time Lords, The Rebel Flesh) In America, "fries" were served with burgers. (TV: End of the Road)

In the middle of a salad dinner aboard the Doctor's TARDIS, Peri Brown once found herself in a dimension modelled upon a combination of the Alice in Wonderland book she had been reading and the salad she had been eating. After a frightening experience in that world which nearly saw her executed for the crime of eating vegetables, Peri went off her salad and decided to prepare burgers and chips instead. (COMIC: Salad Daze)

On the cargo ship Lorelei, Liv Chenka first met Tal while eating chips in the cafeteria. (AUDIO: Robophobia)

The Seventh Doctor and Ace ordered a moussaka and chips, a baked Alaska, a glass of water and a glass of milk while on Ealing Broadway. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)

Working at a fast food chain in Perivale, Ace once gave a box of fries to the Ergon, whom she assumed was her friend Barry Groves wearing a chicken costume. Returning to the anti-matter universe, the Ergon gave the fries to his master Omega, who consumed them after they passed through the Arc of Infinity. Omega was disappointed that the fries lacked salt. (PROSE: Anti-Matter with Fries)

Sometimes, after eating chips, Rose Tyler would have to wash the smell of grease out of her jeans. (PROSE: Meet Rose) After Rose witnessed the destruction of Earth, the Ninth Doctor took her back to her own time, where she decided to get some chips. (TV: The End of the World)

The Doctor ordered steak and chips while dining with Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen. (TV: Boom Town)

The Tenth Doctor bought some chips while on Earth. (PROSE: The Feast of the Drowned)

Rose Tyler observes Mickey's warning to "go easy on the chips". (TV: School Reunion)

Chips cooked in Krillitane oil were served at Deffry Vale High School as part of the Krillitanes' plan to crack the Skasis Paradigm. (TV: School Reunion)

Eugene Jones ordered two eggs, ham and chips every single day at a local café. (TV: Random Shoes)

Martha Jones bought some chips for the Tenth Doctor and Jack Harkness while on the run from the Saxon Master when he was on Earth. Jack commented that they were "nice" and the Doctor agreed "actually they're not bad." (TV: The Sound of Drums)

Rose Tyler and her counterpart Rob Tyler enjoyed chips at a London cafe in a parallel universe. (AUDIO: The Flood)

Clyde Langer's cold chip sandwich (which he brought in because of the school dinners rotting) scared Kist Magg Thek Lutiven-Day Slitheen in his disguise as Tim Jeffery. This helped Sarah Jane Smith figure out that vinegar was a weakness of the Raxacoricofallapatorians. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen) Langer once alleged that "real" chips could only be bought from a chippy. He considered oven chips to be "the work of bad cooking goblins." (TV: Sky) Rani Chandra believed that chips served at school, "school chips", were the best chips in the world. (TV: The Curse of Clyde Langer)

A man with chips was one of several people who were controlled by Rosemary Kizlet via Wi-Fi to communicate with the Eleventh Doctor. (TV: The Bells of Saint John)

Whilst in Glasgow, the Twelfth Doctor suggested him and his companion Clara Oswald could grab some chips and coffee. Although Clara declined to have chips, she agreed on coffee. (TV: Deep Breath)

After escaping from having to perform on Battle of the Bands Beyond the Stars on Planet Karaoke, the Doctor and Clara decided to get chips. (COMIC: One! Two! Three! Four! To Doomsday) They ate the chips while enjoying the view of the Blue Lagoon Nebula. (COMIC: Epilogopolis)

Garry Fletcher often bought doner and chips from Ranesh at the local kebab shop. (PROSE: Joyride)

In a a café in Cardiff Bay, Brent Hayden ordered a cheeseburger with extra bacon, chips, onion rings and barbecue sauce. (AUDIO: The Man Who Destroyed Torchwood)

Bill Potts served chips at St Luke's University. (TV: The Pilot)